Münster Library, Competition First Prize 1987 (image 1)
Housing Block, Krakow (image 2)
Tokyo Opera, competition entry, 1986 (image 3&4)
The Ninja House, First prize Shenhenshiku Competition, 1988 (image 5,6,7)
Cosmos Street Office Building, Tokyo, 1989 (image 8,9,10,11)
Blackburn House, London, 1988
Paradise Bridge, Amsterdam
Fort Aspern Bridge, 1989
Sculpture Hall for Kassel Documenta, Competition entrry, 1989
Center for Art and Media Technology, Karsruhe. Competition 2nd Prize
Frankfurt Kindergarden, 1989
Osaka Folie (Ninja 3), 1989
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1990 – SATURDAY MARCH 17, 1990The exhibition Western Objects Eastern Fields presented a selection of projects for Europe and Japan by architects Peter Wilson and Julia Bolles. Their work maintained a critical position at the boundary of the theoretical and practical realms of architecture. Works exhibited included their first-prize winning entry for the Munster New City Library, which questioned traditionalist assumptions about the role of the library in the age of electronic information.
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